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0.0.12 – Added ability to change default shortcut keys
0.0.11 – Fixed issue where search is broken in Chrome 40.
I’ve always wanted the ability to see all the search results in a text search rather than just seeing them highlighted and scattered across the page and out of view. This was the start of the idea and it soon became mashed up with all the great Firefox quick find features that Chrome is missing.
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Next generation text search. A new text search tool for your Chrome web page. Start a search and simply press enter/return on a highlighted link and you’ll instantly navigate to that page. A mashup of Firefox quick find features (case match, links only search, highlight all, search selected text) as well as awesome new ones (scroll/navigate through all search results with context) – brought to Chrome.
/ or ctrl + shift + f : forward slash or ctrl+shift+f will open Quick Find menu
' : single quote key will open Quick Find menu in links mode (only links are searched)
esc : escape key will close Quick Find menu
↑ or ↓ : navigate results by using up or down arrow keys
enter or return : pressing enter on highlighted menu with link will navigate to the link
alt + a : toggle highlight all results mode
alt + c : toggle match case mode
alt + l : toggle links mode
Quick Find search box is pre-populated with any selected/highlighted text prior to opening the search menu.
Toggle occurs only when cursor focus is on the Quick Find menu.
Extension only works on sites that allow content scripts. The chrome webstore page itself for example doesn't even allow content scripts to be run.
After you've installed it make sure you are using it on a newly loaded or refreshed page. The script won’t be loaded on existing tabs without a refresh.
Quick find does not search through iframes, script, or code html elements.
When results show up in same html element, will be shown only as one result.
Other website shortcuts or extensions may conflict with these shortcuts. A future enhancement can be to select your own shortcuts to open the menu.
Anonymous page view tracking is used to improve the extension and user experience. You can opt out in the options menu.
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